D o n' t   J u s t  G e t   S a t e l l i t e   T V ,   B e   S m a r t   A b o u t   I t             
 

Satellite TV
  Satellite TV Retailers
  Satellite TV Dishes
  Buying a Satellite TV
  Satellite TV Installation
  Satellite TV and Cable
  Compare Satellite TV
  Choosing your Provider
Cheap Satellite TV
  Free Satellite TV
  Glossary
DirectTV
DirecTV Satellite TV
  DirecTV Systems
DirecTV Package
Pegasus
DirecTV Programming
DirecTV Equipment
Dish Network TV
Dish Network Satellite TV
  Dish Network System
  Dish Network Package
  Dish Programming
  Dish Equipment
HDTV
  What is HDTV ?
  HDTV History
  The Grand Alliance
  HDTV Receivers
  HDTV Installation
  HDTV Availability
  HDTV Location
  HDTV Issues
   
  Links

Satellite Television


Remember the old days when there were only 4 "real" television channels? Nowadays, the more TV you can get, the better.

When you get satellite TV, a small dish on your roof will broadcast virtually every television channel on the planet to your TV for a surprisingly reasonable price.

You probably think you're pretty well off with cable TV - MTV, ESPN, Cartoon Network, the Food Network. But don't get complacent - life could be even better. A little while ago, engineers realized that satellites orbiting around the planet could serve a function other than taking pictures of the moon: to provide the legions of couch potatoes hundreds of channels with crystal clear reception.

Here are a few basic facts about Satellite TV Dishes:

• A small dish (about 18 to 24 inches in circumference) is installed outside your house, serving as your window to a vast horizon of TV channels.

• About 1 in 10 households currently subscribes to a satellite television service, a number expected to double within the next couple of years.

• The main advantage of satellite television system over cable TV is that it offers you even more choices. With satellite TV, customers can pick which company they want to subscribe with and what package of channels to buy. This is different from normal cable television, where you're forced to purchase whatever system your region offers and pay whatever price they tell you.

• Satellite network deals offers you up to 500 channels to watch.

• There are two main downsides to satellite TV. The first is that although the cost of a dish network satellite is very competitive with cable, you may have to pay extra to get your local stations. Shocking as it may be, in the past, satellite television did not hook you up to your local stations. So customers had to either additionally purchase a basic cable package, or drag out an antenna to get local channels like NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, and PBS. But don't panic, because now both providers are offering local stations at very reasonable costs. You still may not get all of your locals, but it's probably your best option.

• The second downside of satellite TV is that you have to use your brain, evaluate your options, and think about what you want. But don't get overwhelmed by this task - we're here to help.


 
Direct Dish Satellite TV - (Dish Network) Now only $19.99 with 2 free DVRS. Great Value, this offer can't last.

Direct ASAP - (Direct TV) $39.99 with up to 4 rooms free!

Dishpronto
- (Dish Network) - connect up to 4 rooms with free installation with no equipment to buy.


VMC Satellite - (Dish Network)This company will install a system for free in 4 rooms, with one months free programming. They are the largest online retailer of satellite TV systems.

Satellite TV for PC - Get over 3000 Stations for a small one-time fee! Plus Get Channels from 78 Countries Around the World.

iDishnetwork - (Dish Network) These guys have a very competitive deal. Order Now And Get 1 Months Free with only $49.95 activation Fee.

 

 
Dish TV | Satellite TV Guide | Pegasus Satellite TV | Satellite TV USA | Satellite TV | Satellite Dishes | Satellite Systems | Satellite Receivers | Compare Satellite TV Systems | HDTV satellite receivers | HDTV Receivers | Satellite Television | Dish Satellite | Satellite TV Equipment